Smoked Pulled Beef Sliders

Smoked Pulled Beef Sliders

Make Black Angus beef the all-star of your next gathering or sporting event. These pulled beef sliders with beer-braised onions and peppers pack a delightfully smoky flavor, ensuring multiple trips to grab "just one more."

Prep Time: 25 Minutes
Cook Time: 7 Hours



  • 2 smoked beef chuck roasts
  • Croix Valley's Garlic Barbecue Booster & Croix Valley Kansas City BBQ Dry Rub (or your favorite rub)
  • Beef stock
  • 1 onion, diced
  • 1 green pepper, diced
  • Small buns


  1. Season each roast liberally with Croix Valley's Garlic Barbecue Booster & Croix Valley Kansas City BBQ Dry Rub (or your favorite rub)
  2. Heat the grill or smoker to around 225-250 degrees
  3. Once the grill/smoker reaches 225-250 degrees, place the roasts onto grill/smoker
  4. After about 45 min, start spritzing the roasts with beef stock
  5. After 2 hrs, flip the roasts and continue cooking
  6. After 3-3.5 hours, take the chuck roasts out of the grill/smoker and put in a tin pan (the beef’s internal temperature should be around 150 degrees)
  7. Add about 1 bottle of beef stock and one cut onion and/or green pepper to the tin pan
  8. Cover the tin pan with aluminum foil and place the pan onto the grill/smoker (keep the temperature at 225-250 degrees)
  9. After another 2-3 hours on the grill/smoker, keep an eye on the temperature of the beef (the beef’s internal temperature should be around 200 degrees)
  10. Once you reach that 200-205 internal temperature and the meat probe goes in like warm butter, pull the pan off the cooker
  11. Open the aluminum foil and let the steam out (be careful: this will be HOT)
  12. Once the steam is released, cover the pan with foil
  13. Let the meat rest for about 45 minutes to 1 hour in the pan inside a cooler or unlit oven
  14. Once the meat has rested, start pulling the beef and separate any fat that didn’t render or disregard
  15. After the beef is all pulled apart, take all the liquid and add to a fat separator and put the liquid back over the pulled beef and add onions/peppers
  16. Make beef sliders or sandwiches with toppings to your liking
  17. Serve & enjoy!

From 1855 Ambassador Al Gackstetter @pigseyebbq.


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